The mid- and post-credits scenes for Spider-Man: Homecoming


It’s another Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, which means another set of mid- and post-credits scenes for “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Spoilers ahead!

Welcome back to another round of mid- and post-credits scenes, this time for Spider-Man: Homecoming! On our last trip around, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 overwhelmed us with about fifteen credits scenes.

For this next MCU outing, they’ve toned it back. Maybe it’s because it’s a Sony film, or maybe they just realized six credits scenes is just overkill. We’ve got your breakdown of the scenes below, and may I remind you of spoilers ahead.



The Mid-Credits Scene

We see Vulture in prison and come face-to-face with one of his old compatriots. Comic book fans may recognize him as Scorpion. He mentions that he has associates on the outside who would really like to slit Spidey’s throat. (Maybe the Sinister Six?!)

And word on the prison street is that Toomes knows his identity.

“If I knew who he was, he’d already be dead,” Toomes replies before walking on to visit his family.

Toomes’ moral code is a big part of the movie. He spares Peter’s life earlier in the film because Peter had saved his daughter, and Peter saves his life at the end of the film.

Besides, if you were Toomes, wouldn’t you want to take on Spider-Man yourself?

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The Post-Credits Scene

One of the biggest highlights of the film — and possibly one of the best overall cameos — was the Captain America stock footage used around the school. Gym class, detention — you name it, there’s a Cap video for it.

So it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that the post-credits scene is one of these stock videos of Captain America preaching patience. And it is all kinds of perfect for us Marvel fans who sit patiently through every bit of credits for every single movie. His speech below:

"“Sometimes patience is the key to victory. Sometimes it leads to … very little. And it seems like it’s not worth it … and you wonder why you waited so long for something … so disappointing.”"

It also works so well because right after he says the above, he looks off-camera and asks how many videos are left to do. Thank you, Chris Evans. Thank you. Can I have these motivational videos around my work tomorrow?

Next: Spider-Man: Homecoming review

Spider-Man: Homecoming is now in theaters, with Thor: Ragnarok our next Marvel outing after this. Stay tuned for our Steve Lam’s review of the film!